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The Silence of Mohammed By Salim Bachi,

  • Title: The Silence of Mohammed
  • Author: Salim Bachi
  • ISBN: 9781906548247
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • Based on historical fact and legends, this fictionalized account of the life of Muhammad was nominated for the prestigious Prix Goncourt Before becoming the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad was a simple man of flesh and blood who started life as a poor or phan in the Arabian city of Mecca Through his union with his first wife Khadija, he became a prosperous merchant and caravanBased on historical fact and legends, this fictionalized account of the life of Muhammad was nominated for the prestigious Prix Goncourt Before becoming the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad was a simple man of flesh and blood who started life as a poor or phan in the Arabian city of Mecca Through his union with his first wife Khadija, he became a prosperous merchant and caravaneer He was visited by God at the age of 40 to become a proph et and visionary statesman In an attempt to allow Muslims and non Muslims alike the chance to form their own opinion of the Prophet Muhammad, Salim Bachi presents the fictionalized story of this exceptional man told by four key characters his first wife, Khadija his closest friend, Caliph Abu Bakr the fiery warrior, General Khalid and his last love Aisha, who became his wife at the age of nine.
    The Silence of Mohammed Based on historical fact and legends this fictionalized account of the life of Muhammad was nominated for the prestigious Prix Goncourt Before becoming the Prophet of Islam Muhammad was a simple man

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    1. I won t even shelf this in my Algerian Litterature shelf It doesn t deserveto be with such masterpieces like Boualem Sansal, Yasmina Khadra or Mouloud Mammeri s books.I ve never hated a book as much as I hated this one I ve never been so glad to actually drop it I was so curious to read a book talking about our beloved Prophet pbuh from his close entourage s point of view Khadidja, his first wife, Abu Bakr, his best friend and first Kalif in Islam, Khalid Ibn al Walid, and finally our mother Aic [...]

    2. I am really disappointed the subject, the life of Mahomet told in a novel, by people who were close to him great, isn t it history as I like it but actually most of it was boring, and above all full of linguistic and typographical errors, which is suprising from a great editing company such as Gallimard.

    3. If there is a star lower than one star for I HATE THIS BOOK , I will give it to this book How could you write about Prophet Muhammad s.a.w like that Without using eligible sources but your imagination to spice up your story.I could not even bring myself to finish this book.

    4. Okay, let s be honest if this was a book about one of the many Prophets of monotheism who didn t get anyone to follow him, it would never have been written, let alone published, let alone read But the subject is interesting, and you ll learn some things about Mohammed s life if you do read it As a work of literature, though, it s a bit meh Bachi uses four narrators Mohammed s first wife, Khadija the first Caliph, Abu Bakr the general Kalid ibn al Walid and Mohammed s controversial controversial [...]

    5. Pour un public croyant ou non, ce livre se laisse lire de diff rentes mani res, et en premier comme un roman Chacun y verra ce qu il voudra voir, de ces personnages historiques trop vite mis au dessus des autres alors qu ils ne sont apr s tout, que des hommes L auteur redonne une dimension humaine cette biographie proph tique vue par diff rents acteurs proche de Muhammad trop vite sacralis e C est pour moi d une certaine fa on un travail salutaire pour une religion qui pr cis ment refuse de sacr [...]

    6. Tried to make my way through it, the first part was excellent but it slogged so badly For a much better read, read Kamran Pasha or Lezley Hamilton, both of who managed to have a nuanced view of the story And seriously, Aisha was a sharp tongued, witty, modern woman Why did they make her so petty and whiny WHY

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